Sunday Faith Post



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  1. bocopro says:

    Senator Schmucky Sleaze has developed a sure-fire plan for getting us out of the inflationary dilemma we’ve found ourselves in . . . marvelous in its simplicity — simply repeat what got us into it in the first place. Brilliant !!

    I mean . . . if throwing pallets of franklins at a problem doesn’t fix it, then there’s simply no solution, right?

    I’ve thought it over and finally concluded that what we need in both houses of congress is more electricians, plumbers, truckers, carpenters, roofers, brick masons, and auto mechanics . . . and far fewer Yale, Harvard, and Princeton millionaire lawyers.


  2. bocopro says:

    Senator Schmucky Sleaze has developed a sure-fire plan for getting us out of the inflationary dilemma we’ve found ourselves in . . . marvelous in its simplicity — simply repeat what got us into it in the first place. Brilliant !!

    I mean . . . if throwing pallets of franklins at a problem doesn’t fix it, then there’s simply no solution, right?

    I’ve thought it over and finally concluded that what we need in both houses of congress is more electricians, plumbers, truckers, carpenters, roofers, brick masons, and auto mechanics . . . and far fewer Yale, Harvard, and Princeton millionaire lawyers.


  3. bunkerville says:

    Thank you USA…

    Between 1946 and 1952, Washington invested $2.2 billion — or $18 billion in real 21st-century dollars adjusted for inflation — in Japan’s reconstruction effort.


  4. kidme37 says:

    Just one of hundreds of such bills they’ve passed and will pass that amount to little more than laundering money for themselves and their masters and friends. Same as it ever was – the numbers just get bigger over time.


  5. kidme37 says:

    Hey Bunk, billions for Japan? Between 2008 and 2016, obama and the dems spent 18 Trillion on nothing for America. Yeehaw ! 🙂

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  6. peter3nj says:

    And let’s give credit where credit is due. Instead of shouting from the rooftops in no uncertain terms how this latest trillion of taxpayer dollars giveaway is tantamount to pissing on our graves the republicans pay lip service to fighting for us. Who believes these democrats are the answer to what ails us? How about over half the dimwits populating the nation who will vote in November to maintain the status quota.


  7. Mustang says:

    The information provided is sobering. With apologies for my limited intellectual ability (right, Z?), I would like to point out that the problem so well addressed in these photographs has existed since Hoover and Roosevelt made end runs on the U.S. Constitution. Wilson planted the Satan seed, but if you want a jaw-dropping revelation, check out the impact of FDR’s alphabet agencies — what they did, and how much they spent, which did NOTHING to advance recovery from the depression. And for all those people who continue to worship FDR, may he and they rot in hell. The depression MIGHT have lasted four years and still taken the blue ribbon as the nation’s worst economic depression in history, but no — thanks to FDR, it lasted 12 years. Twelve years of human suffering, thanks to a Democrat. So, nothing you see unfolding today is new. It’s simply Democrats as Usual. Bastards all.

    At Mal … I didn’t see your comment from yesterday until this morning. What you wrote is very sobering. You’re right. In 1897, or in 1914, NO ONE anticipated a world war. Not even the German people. The Serbs may have been hoping for one, but almost everyone else in the world was only this when war broke out: shocked. So I think WWI was far more traumatic than its sequel, which everyone could see was unfolding in the mid-1930s.

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  8. Baysider says:

    @Mustang: Plus, “FDR’s alphabet agencies” were salted with commies (actual commies taking instructions from Moscow) and pinkos. ‘Splains a lot, why their policies aligned more fully with Stalin than the American state, and why Comrade Roosevelt gave the store away to Stalin in WW2 (by that I don’t mean just the billions of freebies in war and industrial materiel but huge loads of uranium, heavy water and specialty parts essential to atomic bomb production – surprise!). FDR called it “convergence” where we’d kind of meet together. Well, it was a one-way “convergence” where we did all the motion.

    This convergence notion continues under new names (equity, for one). But the purpose to equalize America’s greatness down to the level of the common historical denominator of poverty, lower opportunity and lower goodness – while fabulously enriching some – continues with this kind of reckless spending, not to mention border policies.

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  9. geeez2014 says:

    BOCOPRO…I couldn’t agree more….have always said that….more tradesmen who actually live within their means and want families to prosper…and love America

    BUNK…imagine….we’re so good to everybody else.

    KID…”nothing for America”…exactly

    PETER…It’s horrible…you are so right.

    MUSTANG? I doubt “intellectual ability” has ever been your problem.
    Re FDR, good luck making most people understand that……they stand by FDR like a religious figure.
    As to what you wrote to Mal…I have often got the feeling, from reading about either world war, that the first one was not only largely unanticipated but even more brutal in many ways…? Injuries, deaths? I don’t know, but I’ve often got that impression. Is that right?


  10. kidme37 says:

    Mustang, and where were or are the republicans while the democrats executed and continue to execute their destruction of America agenda? I could type 500 important things the repubs should have been screaming about just the last 4 years. Conclusion – they dont give a * about us or the country.


  11. geeez2014 says:

    KID….they do a LOT of talking and moaning and groaning on FOX………sadly, that’s not where bills are passed. Or not passed. They DO scream; our media doesn’t quote them, trying to keep their thoughts out of the minds of voters………How many people do you think know this awful (maybe the worst ever) bill calls for 87,000 IRS agents added to the IRS? VERY few……WHo’d WANT THAT? NO AMERICAN but greedy idiot Dems who actually think any money those leeches bleed out of small business owners is going to bring the deficit down. They don’t even understand that corporations will pass their tax levies on to US!
    AND the Left (and its complicit media) makes everyone think about ABORTION and KANSAS and INDIANA…..ALL of it happening JUST while this bill is being ‘discussed’.
    At one point in the proceedings, the head of the ‘debate’ gave Tim Scott TWO SECONDS to give his opinion…I’m not kidding ; The Republican got TWO SECONDS.

    And the Republicans just keep caving and the Democrats make the news talking about how pushy and demanding Republicans are…….THAT’s what Americans hear on CNN, and in the news… WHEN are the Reps PUSHY?? I WISH THEY WERE!!!

    That’s why we need Trump or DeSantis in……….SOMEONE needs to expose the truth.


  12. kidme37 says:

    “talking, moaning, groaning”. For the sole purpose of getting re-elected so they can continue stealing money and selling books on Fox. Makes me want to vomit actually. No one in government today will do anything for us or for America.

    You’re right about no one knowing what’s going on in government. Very right. Maybe a fraction of 1% have the slightest clue.

    Trump or any reasonable facsimile could if he had anyone in government on his side which he doesn’t. It’s over. Finito. Kaput.


  13. Mustang says:

    World War I Worldwide Casualties
    Battle deaths 9.7 million
    Battle wounded 21.2 million
    Civilian deaths 6.8 million (Note: civilian deaths due to the so-called Spanish Influenza, which is normally associated with World War I, are estimated between 50 to 100 million).

    World War II Worldwide Casualties
    Battle deaths 15 million
    Battle wounded 25 million
    Civilian deaths 45 million (Note: these are estimates because no one knows with certainty the actual numbers. For example, in China alone where there are no reliable records, the number of civilian deaths could exceed 50 million).


  14. Baysider says:

    Interesting question – and statistics. All of Britain’s WW2 casualties barely exceeded their losses at the Battle of the Somme alone. That massive loss of life, plus in the Marne, Passchendaele and Verdun were all huge, concentrated highly visible losses that took place at the principal western allies’ front porch, and cut a swath through the scions of future leadership. So I have always imagined WW1 casualties felt worse for this reason. And, honestly, I ‘discount’ Russian losses in WW2 as comparable, since without Stalin’s pact with Hitler there would have been a more limited war altogether. Thanks to him we had much greater loss of life – including those of his own citizens (except the few that were saved when he stopped the Show Trials to get his army functional again).

    More casualties in the aftermath. Paul Johnson writes eloquently in Modern Times about the seismic aftershocks of WW1 with the old order gone. It sure had to feel different to those living then. Then WW2 made it safe for the Soviet Union, bringing half of Europe into an extended period of captivity, and settling a solid base for the expansion and support of baby totalitarian offshoots and unbelievable military expenditures and adventures (Korea without Stalin? A case can be made) that drain and confound us still.

    This doesn’t answer your question about brutality. It only shows how great a price is paid on the battlefield and off, and suggests casualty figures only tell part of that story.

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  15. MAL says:

    Summed up to a simple thought: Had our founding fathers considered another amendment they’d have restricted the governments ability to borrow so we couldn’t create debt even if we wanted to, we wouldn’t be in the shape we’re in today. No exceptions other than a national emergency like a Pearl Harbor type attack, or natural disasters like an earthquake, volcanic eruption, flood, etc. Heck, we keep going into further debt giving money to other countries. Does that make sense to anyone? Most likely being paid off on the side like Hillary did with her “charitable foundation” that is run by Chelsea that probably doesn’t donate 3% of their income. Without our 30 trillion debt, we might be able to pull ourselves out and be strong once again. Our biggest annual expense is the interest alone on our debt! Let that sink in. AND……% rates are increasing, further weakening our economy.


  16. MAL says:

    Bay, Italy had aligned itself with Hitler to avoid being bombed. Everybody knew it was a fake, even their own citizens. We use to see newsreels of 1 or 2 American soldiers taking 15 or 20 Italian soldiers as prisoners, dropping their rifles with their hands in the air. They wouldn’t fire on us or our allies even if they were ordered to (and I doubt that they were!)


  17. Baysider says:

    That is one interesting thought about the borrowing amendment, Mal, because it’s something that was so big and real in their lives. The southern planters among them well knew the perpetual slavery of borrowing to maintain lifestyle. Their planting system kept them in a higher form of servitude than their slaves. But servitude still to the banksters of the day. Some spent a lifetime rearranging their financial affairs to be their own man, free of the debt that carried them from crop to crop. It’s why Washington developed a grain mill business. He was determined to not be in debt as was common.

    Now … just imagine the “national emergencies” (think climate, income inequality, Moneypox) that would be ginned up one after another to give them cover. In California, we live from one near perpetual disaster to the next. Emergencies are used as a stalking horse in the war against rental property owners. The usual excuse is fire. You would rarely know it just living here. But as a rental housing provider, with all the pitfalls of breaking emergency rules, especially when the emergency is hundreds of miles away, they figure out how to broaden it to the max it to squelch your income.

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  18. geeez2014 says:

    KID…I think some in gov’t will support Trump………….I hope so.

    Honestly, if Trump or DeSantis don’t become the next president, I am convinced, too, that (Z SAID THIS?) there is NO HOPE.
    Not with a bill passed which will grow an IRS to bigger than the FBI, Border Agents, Pentagon, etc etc…..It’s ASTONISHING…and when Americans find THAT out, I believe they won’t like it….but THAT and SO MUCH MORE, are SO egregious that I would be surprised if our country can even get through this HUGE hike in spending.

    MUSTANG and BAYSIDER…thanks for your input.
    WW 2 lasted 2 years more than the first war…and the numbers are about what I’d thought……AND, BAYSIDER, I have always thought that medical assistance was so much less evolved for the first world war that it was somewhat rougher…….And mental health wasn’t as evolved, either, and we read and hear there were men in both wars which couldn’t get back to who they were emotionally….I have one friend whose brother barely left the family home attic after he got back. Ever.


    MAL: Interesting about Italy…makes some sense.
    AND, OF COURSE, CLOSE THE BORDER!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wait till parents get a load of what will happen to our schools in September with illegal kids! And wait till enough Americans can’t get into the ER in hospitals because they’re so full….our citizens will pay for their care……..and the care of illegals who’ve given America NOTHING.


  19. Baysider says:

    We don’t give money to other countries. We buy influence. (: Wish I knew how we could stop it! We are all over the place with stuff like this:


  20. geeez2014 says:

    BAYSIDER….We do buy influence, which any smart country would do….but we give too much, Too often.
    Far too much in your link to discuss here….I’d bet nearly all of it’s untrue, and that Ukrainian young men are no less susceptible to coke and meth than our young men are.
    But would I doubt the DNC created covid? Well, it’s SURE worked for them! Maybe Sen Ron Paul will save the day…..he’s been ON COVID.


  21. Baysider says:

    I accept that about half of that would be demonstrably true. I wouldn’t say C19 was made in the US, per se. It was just made with a slug of patents developed out of US research labs (Chapel Hill, NC) and covert US funding. Eerily, I was reading a post from a completely different source when that one was sent to me. They dovetail. Suddenly Biden’s clumsy attempt at a Disinformation Governance Board took on new meaning, perhaps as a cover to cover up the biolabs in Ukraine, since Nina Jankowicz had worked for Zelensky directly and the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.

    Julian Assange claimed 10 years ago “the goal was to use Afghanistan to wash money out of the tax base of the United States, out of the tax bases of the European countries, through Afghanistan, back into the hands of transnational security elite [modern view of old fashioned but sophisticated war profiteering]. That is the goal. I.e., the goal is to have an endless war; not a successful war.” It’s hideous. Almost like one humongous false flag op. And those poor people, pawns for generations. And what about us? Richer pawns, perhaps, and freer.

    We. Don’t. Know. God does, and I’m glad. It doesn’t stop me from praying for my country. Not when I read the history of ancient Israel!!! Quick. Get me that ephod!


  22. MAL says:

    Well, at least D.C. got the picture after the governors of a couple of our border states flew a few planeloads of illegals to D.C. They’re yelling STOP! WE CAN’T HANDLE IT!” BEAUTIFUL!
    Can you say “JUSTIFIED”?


  23. MAL says:

    Z, the parents of the children going back to school will feel it, but politicians kids won’t ’cause they’re probably all enrolled in private schools, so guess how they’ll react and vote?

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  24. kidme37 says:

    “KID…I think some in gov’t will support Trump………….I hope so.”

    No one of any importance. We know this from the 4 years he was in. No one in the Intel agencies or the DOJ(most important) worked for him. They worked against him.

    Here is the deal. When the entire federal government is above the law you have zero chance to fix anything. Zero. How could you??

    Find a state/locality that best fits what you want and be happy with it, it’s all your going to get.

    @MAL – it would not shock me that the ‘big club’ is emptying the treasury on the way out and will leave the country an empty husk. Most of it is owned by foreign interests and the top 1%.

    Here’s a little glimpse. Saudi Arabia getting unlimited water use for their Alfalfa farm in Arizona, and the land itself being rented to them for 25% market price. All while Lake Mead goes dry..

    You think the state officials are getting rich with Saudi bribes?

    Not even the tip of the tip of the iceberg.


  25. kidme37 says:

    Here is a youtube channel that talks about the problem with lakes Mead and Powell if anyone is interested in keeping up. The reports that come out about once a week seem very factual rather than opinionated. A water level is a water level.

    It’s not just those two lakes it is lakes all over the Southwest. The Great Salt Lake is currently a huge problem also since it is drying up and as it does, the winds blow up material that used to be under water, now exposed, that contains such things as arsenic, sulfur and other serious, poisons that locals are breathing in their air.

    And the biggest thing that hits me about Lake Mead and Powell is that no one responsible for managing the lakes has any idea what to do about it. They say this on TV on news programs.


  26. geeez2014 says:

    KID, I’ve said here MANY times that I actually believe SOROS threatens the lives of politicians, their kids, etc. To keep them QUIET….I have no doubt he’d threaten.
    And it would take an honest politician AND AN HONEST NEWS PERSON to research, get others on board, and EXPLOSIVELY REVEAL WHAT’S GOING ON.
    Probably too late since it’s global…………
    Could that be why our young Republican politicians who do obviously think and say the right things when they’re NEW to Capital Hill then change? Threats? SO bad that they’d never talk? 😦

    BAYSIDER….I think you’re probably right….probably half of that information can’t be denied…..You know, we say it’d be hard to image US making C19 but with Fauci lying constantly about Gain of Function…..Sen Paul TOTALLY called him on it and TOTALLY believes we were funding that in China………

    KID is probably right………so much global EVIL, including our LEft (and Right, who knows, who I adore some of our young politicians and believe they DO want the best for America and DON’T know what’s happening..)…..


  27. geeez2014 says:

    MAL…I KNOW! The IRONY of SANCTUARY CITIES are for SANCTUARY unless people actually COME FOR SANCTUARY is hilarious~!

    Texan and Arizona towns are FULL ….they’re flying them around the country…..! And those states are supposed to suffer for what BIDEN’S DONE?

    And where the “F” (sorry, but I’m grinding my teeth now as I type!) are Americans saying “ARE YOU NUTS? WE’RE THE ONLY WESTERN COUNTRY WITH NO BORDERS! STOP LYING TO US…GET RID OF THESE PEOPLE…THIS IS AMERICA!

    (#@$*&@(#$&@#($&*#$(*&@#Q($&@#Q($*&#@ (stronger letter to follow!) 🙂


  28. geeez2014 says:

    One day a florist went to a barber for a haircut. After the cut, he
    asked about his bill, and the barber replied, ‘I cannot accept money
    from you, I’m doing community service this week.’
    The florist was pleased and left the shop.
    When the barber went to open his shop the next morning, there was a
    ‘thank you’ card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door.
    Later, a cop comes in for a haircut, and when he tries to pay his bill,
    the barber again replied, ‘I cannot accept money from you, I’m doing
    community service this week.’ The cop was happy and left the shop.
    The next morning when the barber went to open up, there was a ‘thank
    you’ card and a dozen doughnuts waiting for him at his door.
    Then a Member of Congress came in for a haircut, and when he went to
    pay his bill, the barber again replied, ‘I cannot accept money from
    you. I’m doing community service this week.’ The Member of Congress
    was very happy and left the shop.
    The next morning, when the barber went to open up, there were a dozen
    Members of Congress lined up waiting for a free haircut.
    And that, my friends, illustrates the fundamental difference between
    the citizens of our country and the politicians who run it.

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  29. Mustang says:

    @ Mal …

    I deeply resent Congress’s proclivity of spending more than it can receive in revenues. If Congress would maintain proper budgeting, either via the Constitution or simply because it is good financial management (no one ever accused Congress of that), then I would support an additional percentage earmarked for “national emergency funds,” the use of which must be passed by both houses of Congress and with the president’s signature. Several years ago, we learned how members of congress routinely bounce checks — in the tens of thousands; they have their own bank, you see. That’s okay, right? So then on what basis should we expect Congress to manage OUR funds responsibly?


  30. Baysider says:

    Interesting, Kid. I see some after dinner “entertainment” for Mr. B and me. Low water levels also mean low turbine spin and less electricity. A lot less.

    Love that barber story.

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  31. MAL says:

    KID, we all are aware of our water situation, believe me. There’s been something in the paper every day for a couple of weeks now. We all have been asking, writing letters for 20 years about our water and why we keep issuing bldg. permits for new housing and not declaring a moratorium till it is resolved, but they keep issuing more permits, new industrial developments, hotels and casinos, etc. Our Clark County sits atop a huge reservoir good enough to supply us for 10 years alone, including proposed development, but we’re all still not convinced.


  32. kidme37 says:

    I hope that’s true Mal as it sure seems lots of pain could come to residents of 6 or 7 Western states.


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